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Particle Live at Cane's Bar and Grill on 2007-09-13




Disc I
1. intro
2. Die Rote Kappell ->
3. Sunlight ->
4. Egypt ->
5. Cheap ->
6. W ->
7. Cheap
8. Mind/Matter
9. Zero Gravity
Disc II
1. Get Your Ass to Mars ->
2. Particle/BoomBox #1 (Launchpad jam) *
3. I Want You * ->
4. Suzie Q * ->
5. Stereo * ->
6. Particle/BoomBox #2 (Stereo jam) * ->
7. Your Moment ->
8. Launchpad
Disc III
1. I Think I'm in Love
2. Great Unkown ->
3. Triple Threat
--encore--
4. Shoe Goo

*BoomBox on stage for seamless 'tweener' set.


Collection Particle
Band/Artist Particle
Date September 13, 2007
Venue Cane's Bar and Grill
Location San Diego, CA

Source 4 track post-mix: {AKG c452eb/ck22 (split ~ 20', suspended beneath balcony above SBD area 25' from each PA stack) -> Aerco MP2 -> Apogee MiniMe -> AES/EBU + SBD L/R (XLR matrix outs)} -> Busman W/T Mod. R-4 Pro @ 24bit/48khz
Lineage Busman W/T Mod. R-4 Pro @ 24bit/48khz -> PowerBook G4/AudioDesk 2.04 (import and align tracks; set 4 track mix; fades; Bounce to Disc w/ plug-ins on master fader: Dynamics v3.0.2 (light compression); ParaEQ v4.0.2 (hpf @ 50hz); Trim (normalize)); split tracks; resample/dither to 16bit/44.1khz) -> .aiff -> xACT v1.58 -> FLAC (level 8)
Taped by James Bartoli
Transferred by James Bartoli


Notes

d2t02-d2t06: seamless 'tweener' set by BoomBox who also opened the show. BoomBox also played an opening set which is available in their collection of the Live Music Archive.

Live sound and PA mix by Kevin Rudnick.

Special thanks to Jaime Minotti.

Reviews

Reviewer: funky acid grooves - - May 18, 2009
Subject: I'm there, Particle
Get Your Ass To Mars... woooaahh dude! This song will totally take you to space and back. "Then it's not just a clever name." Sorry for the Wayne's World quote but it fits. Download this show for the BoomBox transition right now!
Reviewer: Scott Heller - - January 11, 2008
Subject: Great...
Great to see this band is still kicking some ass with some awesome and spacey grooves. If you dig particle you should for sure check out the Oresund Space Collective.
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